-the databases (structuring of your information system, which is the heart of your processing process) which hold valuable information from you or your registered users.
To protect their site and file the Copyright for their site, computer technicians or Webmasters proceed as follows:
-using their uploading software (FTP), they collect the sources of their site and put them in a compressed file.
-Registration of the databases (for example, Gzipped export of Structures and Data using MySQL Admin)
-Screen Shots of the site’s main pages (image/jpeg format).
Then they file the copyright for their site from Copyright.be, and do a new filing with each update.
A simple upload of the files, within the limits imposed by Web processing (ATC less than 7 Mb per file) lets you register your data, time-stamp them to give them a certain date and prove the anteriority of your author’s rights (your copyright on your Web site).
You have easily protected your copyright and your Web site has been filed. Don’t forget to do a new filing each time content is substantially updated.